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The construction and quality is top notch. Since one of the last updates Windows7 SP1 installation is simply impossible that the police doing? Write mudisport user review. Would be dishonest to sell such a product. Price and brand For what purpose? Today I am running 64bit Cubase 5. For those looking for a small midi interface to complete a sound card that has no Midi inputs and outputs, it’s a great plan.
THe model itself is great.
Initially, I thought it was repeating itself and thus something was wrong and I aborted the second installation. The M-Audio Formerly Midiman Midisport 2×2 is a usb-midi interface with two sets of midi inputs and midi outputs.
I am very satisfied with this item. Do you ever happen to saturate the MIDI interface and if so, under what circumstances?
It has a slow pulsing light to tell you that its configured for USB correctly. Also, installing the drivers can be confusing, because there are two sets of drivers that need to load when you plug the Midisport 2×2 into the computer. Are they often put day?
Very hard casing on the box. Subscribe to our free newsletter Subscribe. It has been a few years my interface for concerts. Never, midisprot M-Audio in the house, it’s over, finished.
What technical specifications motivated your choice? In short, it’s solid I used to interface with the printer port on Win Installing the drivers under Windows XP was a very big pain. The unit itself is great.
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It’s USB and I use for my desktop and laptop. It has a very robust, miidsport lime green midi box which will look cool around anyone’s computer. Sort by most recent most useful. It is one of the smallest box-style midi interfaces available, and is suitable for most basic midi needs, where only one or two midi devices are being used. Look no farther for a USB midi unit.
User reviews: M-Audio Midisport 2×2 – Audiofanzine
My version is fairly old still says Midimanbut the newer devices are nearly identical, they just have a different color design. Then it has lights that flash to tell you that your transmitting midi information from your keyboard. Cubase from SL2 to Cubase 6 Trial in 64bit, it works fine. I had an M-Audio interface for audio, it was barely better When he worked in the past, you appreciate the small size for a fairly reasonable price. Did you find this review helpful?
There is no lag or latency that needs to be compensated, and the lights on the Midisport easily let me know when it’s sending and receiving data.